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Influence of Characteristics of Substance on Parameters of Interaction of Photons High Energy with Free Electrons

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Various variants of interaction of photons high energy with free electrons in substance are investigated. It is shown, that among these variants, in substance can be observed: absorption of a photon by electron, coherent and not coherent scattering of photons, a stop electron after interaction with a photon. Dependence of change of length of a wave of a photon after interaction with electron from parameters of substance and speed of movement electron is found.

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A. Volobuev and E. Petrov, "Influence of Characteristics of Substance on Parameters of Interaction of Photons High Energy with Free Electrons," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 2 No. 12, 2011, pp. 1443-1449. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2011.212178.

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